How to use Rheumatic-fever in a sentence

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  • The mode of their administration in rheumatic fever is of the utmost importance.

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  • The acid and its salts are antipyretic and were used in Germany instead of salicylates in rheumatic fever.

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  • He died suddenly of rheumatic fever at the age of 45.

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  • Her cardiac history included a myocardial infarct 5 years previously, mixed aortic valve disease, hypertension and rheumatic fever in childhood.

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  • But, I also had rheumatic fever as a child.

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  • The cause of rheumatic fever is infection by group A Beta - haemolytic streptococci.

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  • Bacterial endocarditis (an infection of the heart) or rheumatic fever can damage heart valves or other structures of the heart and lead to heart murmurs.

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  • If untreated, however, strep throat can develop into rheumatic fever which can permanently damage the heart and other organs.

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  • Strep throat, however, is almost never fatal, although left untreated it can result in diseases such as rheumatic fever that can affect the heart.

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  • Identifying and treating strep throat within about a week is vital to preventing rheumatic fever.

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  • Untreated strep throat has the potential to cause scarlet fever, kidney damage, or rheumatic fever.

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  • Treatment for scarlet fever is intended to offset the possibility of serious complications such as rheumatic fever (a heart disease) or kidney inflammation (glomerulonephritis) can develop.

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  • Not completing the course of therapy increases the risk of developing rheumatic fever and kidney inflammation.

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  • However, when such a throat infection occurs without symptoms, or when a course of medication is not taken for the full ten days, there is a 3 percent chance the person will develop rheumatic fever.

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  • Children between the ages of five and 15 are most susceptible to strep throat, and therefore most susceptible to rheumatic fever.

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  • Just as strep throat occurs most frequently in fall, winter, and early spring, so does rheumatic fever.

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  • Moreover, children who have family members who have had rheumatic fever are more likely to get rheumatic fever themselves.

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  • Two different theories exist about how a bacterial throat infection can develop into rheumatic fever.

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  • It is interesting to note that members of certain families seem to have a greater tendency to develop rheumatic fever than do others.

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  • The doctor should be contacted if the child is displaying any of the signs or symptoms of rheumatic fever.

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  • There are no laboratory tests that can determine with complete certainty if a child has rheumatic fever.

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  • Patients who have had rheumatic fever are at an increased risk of getting it again.

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  • The best way for parents to prevent rheumatic fever is to take seriously sore throats that are accompanied with fever and to take the child to a doctor to test for strep throat.

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  • Children who have had rheumatic fever need to take extra precautions to ensure they do not have repeat attacks triggered by strep infections.

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  • Everything You Need to Know about Rheumatic Fever.

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  • In rare cases, a persistent sore throat may point to more serious conditions, such as rheumatic fever or pneumonia.

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  • Left untreated, strep throat may develop into rheumatic fever or other serious conditions.

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  • Untreated strep throat can cause rheumatic fever.

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  • Although the strep throat that causes rheumatic fever is contagious, rheumatic fever itself is not.

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  • In the event that rheumatic fever is suspected, the doctor does a blood test.

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  • This information helps the doctor distinguish between rheumatic fever and rheumatoid arthritis.

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  • If rheumatic fever does occur, the outcomes vary considerably.

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  • In rare cases, rheumatic fever can be fatal.

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  • Sulfadiazine may be used to protect people with rheumatic fever from infections.

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  • The cause of his death is unknown but rumored to be rheumatic fever.

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